Updated 2018 Race Course Information

Updated race course information: The Knik 200 will start at Deshka Landing and teams will run about 80 miles to Yentna, then loop back to Deshka for their mandatory 6 hour rest. (There is no dog [...]

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Kit Braden

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Jennifer Cicali, D.V.M. (Dr. Jenn)

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2018 Knik 100 & 200 Entries Are Closed

As announced previously, we are no longer accepting entries for the 2018 Knik 100 & 200 races. The reason for this is that because we’ve moved the races to Deshka Landing, we have [...]

Live Broadcasts

2019 Live Broadcasts Here is where you can watch the start of the 2019 Knik 100 and 200 races and other highlights live from Willow, Alaska!  

We Will Live Broadcast the Start of the 2018 Knik 100 & 200 Races

We will live broadcast the start of the 2018 Knik 100 & 200 races on our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/knik200/ and on our website at http://knik200sleddograce.com/. Legendary [...]

The 2018 Knik 100 & 200 Races Are a GO!

We are VERY excited to announce that the 2018 Knik 100 & 200 races are a go, and on our scheduled race dates of January 6 and 7. Due to poor trail conditions we will move the start and finish [...]

No Longer Accepting Entries for 2018 Knik 100 and 200 Races

We are no longer accepting new entries for the 2018 Knik 200 or Knik 100 races. Presently, our field for the K200 has 38 teams competing, and the K100 has a field of 10.

2018 Rules Are Posted for Knik 100 & Knik 200 Races

You can read them here: http://knik200sleddograce.com/race-rules/  

Trail Conditions May Force Races to Move to Willow

Knik 200 and 100 Races Update: With the probable lack of sufficient snow and safe ice thickness, we will likely have to move the races from Knik Lake to Deshka Landing in Willow on our scheduled [...]